Steve Jobs: Genius By Design is a book on Steve Jobs and his life as an impresario and the greatest inventor of our times.
This book chronicles how Jobs changed the course of the journey of the adolescent technological industry by inventing things that no one ever imagined, including wonders like iMac, iTunes, iPod, iPhone, iPad and iCon among others.
Jason Quinn gets down to the minute details about the dreamer in this unputdownable memoir. At a time when business and technological enterprises across the globe were craving a taste of a giant digital industry, Apple dared to take a wholly different model of engineering and be a creative perfectionist.
Under the leadership of Jobs, it pushed the limits of technology further than anyone had ever believed. Jobs was a college dropout who partied in the counterculture, and then left all of it to establish Apple Computers with his buddy Steve Wozniak.
Quinn’s words haven’t failed in justifying the thinker’s fairer ideals in life as an entrepreneur and as an individual, as he pours more light into his personal life as well.